BALAMARA Resources Ltd is an Australian mining company. Our primary objective is to deliver long-term shareholder value by rapidly becoming a mid-tier resource company. The Company strives to achieve this through the discovery, acquisition and development of new economic mineral deposits. Balamara seeks to divest its current non-core assets, and focus on its world-class Tier One coal Projects in Poland, such as the Sawin Project (Lublin Coal Basin, thermal coal) and Nowa Ruda (Lower-Silesian Coal Basin, coking coal).
Poland is a central European country, bordered by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, and the Baltic Sea, Russia and Lithuania to the north. It is the largest hard coal producer in the European Union and is ranked the tenth in the world, producing ~72 Mtpa of hard coal annually. The Government of Poland estimates the countries’ coal resources of 48 billion tonnes (Bt), out of which coking coal resource is estimated to be 13 Bt. These coals are present within 146 identified coal deposits located in three coal basins: the Upper Silesian Basin, the Lower Silesian Basin and the Lublin Coal Basin.
Balamara has chosen Poland for its Projects implementation because of the following reasons:
- Low sovereign risk (EU member state & member of NATO)
- Politically stable democracy
- Well-defined mining laws
- Low operating costs
- Availability of skilled underground mining workforce
- Excellent core infrastructure throughout Poland
- Close to large European market
- Strong expanding economy
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Balamara Resources Ltd through its wholly owned subsidiary Coal Holding Sp z o o has now lodged it’s applicaton for the licence to mine coking coal at Nowa Ruda.
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Our Projects can substantially assist the Polish economy, with a significant amount of labour required as our Projects near production. We are grateful to be in a market with a number of local residents having significant experience and expertise in the coal mining Industry. The human factor is essential for the Projects.Derek Lenartowicz
Current international macro demand dynamics linked with a reliance on coal for power generation in Europe for at least the next 33 years indicate Polish coal can play an important role in Europe during the transition to a reduced carbon-based economy. We have the financial strength, the knowledge and the focus to deliver outcomes to benefit our shareholders, our workforce and Poland.Michael Hale